In the early month, we added a new promising asset, the USD/INR currency pair, to the list of trading instruments. The pair is already featured in the platform and is available for trading.
The Indian rupee has overcome several serious challenges up to 2000. In 2000s, the rupee exchange rate stabilized. Nowadays, India takes the fourth place by GDP after the eurozone, the United States, and China. The Indian economic growth a year makes up 7.5% and the country holds the 15th place by it. India is one of the most successfully developing countries.
Expansion of trading and economic processes as well as India's participation in international capital flows will trigger faster growth in the rupee trading volume. The country's major economic sectors that attract billion dollars are electronics, pharmaceutical and chemical industry, telecommunication, non-ferrous industry, trading, and non-financial services. Growth rates of India's high-tech industry could beat those of the United States in the near future. The country's key investors are Singapore, Mauritius, and the US.
As of September 26, 2016, the Indian rupee exchange rate stood at USD 1 per INR 66.71. In Europe the rate may increase to USD 1 per INR 66.62. The rupee hit a 52-week high at USD 1 per INR 66 and a low at USD 1 per INR 66.78.
Deals on the Indian rupee are gaining in popularity on Forex, and the future of this currency looks rather promising.